Saint Casimir Parish  

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     Summer is the time of year that many are involved in outdoor activities and travel. We wish everyone a safe and relaxing summer, but we remind everyone to participate at Mass each weekend, even when traveling. We also remind everyone of their obligation to support our parish. As we continue to be challenged financially, we need everyone’s support. So on the weekends you are not here for any reason, I ask you to make up for your missed offerings.

     Though it has been cool and rainy, summer is also a time when the weather can be dangerously hot and humid, especially for our older members. Our church building can become very hot during the summer months as there is no air conditioning in the building and the windows do not open. I ask everyone, especially our old members and those with chronic illnesses, to use common sense when coming to church. Wear light clothing, be sure to stay hydrated with sufficient water, and if it feels too hot or humid, stay home or in air conditioned place. God does not expect the impossible from any of us. So please use good judgment when making a decision whether or not you will come here to Mass on a given Sunday.  

God Bless! Fr. Joe Bacevice


We ask you to remember in your prayers the souls of Oliver Forman Jr. and Harry Chakirelis. May they have eternal rest in the peace of God’s kingdom.



Next weekend we will be accepting offerings for the Holy Father. Known for years as the Peter’s Pence Collections, this offering supports the charitable work of the Holy See throughout the world. Please be generous.



The Holy Name Society is pleased to announce that the Annual Picnic for Parishioners will take place on Wednesday, July 31, from 5-8pm at the East Shore Park Club, at the corner of East Park and Dorchester Dr., on the shores of Lake Erie. Hot dogs, burgers, snacks and soft drinks will be served. There is no cost for the picnic as the Holy Name Society underwrites the entire cost. This is a good way to meet fellow parishioners and learn about the Holy Name Society. We look forward to seeing you.



Religious Freedom Week will take place June 22 – 29. It begins with the feast day of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher, and ends with the Solemn Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul. The theme for this year is Strength in Hope, which is taken from the Second Vatican Council’s Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity.

     Religious freedom week provides us an opportunity to pursue in prayer and reflect on how we may be faith-filled servants when facing the challenges found in today’s society. Reflecting on Religious Freedom Week helps us increase our understanding of how to serve our neighbors without ignoring our faith. For daily reflections on Religious Freedom Week, go to: www.dioceseofcleveland.-org/religiousfreedom




     Thank You! Your support of the Annual Appeal has made a difference. Because of your generosity, the hungry and homeless, addicted and struggling, lonely, sick and hurting will have these services available to them to transform their lives and again have hope for the future.

     As of May 31, a total of 39,719 faithful donors from across the Diocese have pledged more than $11 million towards the Annual Appeal goal of $13.5 million. Here at St. Casimir’s, 89 donors have pledged $13,367. That is 85.09% of our goal of $15,710. Your financial support makes a difference and transforms lives. Thank you on behalf of those served by Catholic Charities.

     If you have not yet made your gift, contact Karen Joyce at 216-696-6525 x 1910 to give by phone or  at make a secure gift online. Find stories of hope and recovery when you visit 



Be part of something amazing. The FEST is looking for 350 people to be part of The FEST choir which will help lead the music and songs for thousands of people at the Mass with Bishop Perez on Sunday, August 4, at the Center for Pastoral Leadership in Wickliffe. Many voices coming together will make a joyful sound for the Lord and for all who join us. Be part of this amazing group! To learn more or to sign up go to  Interested in volunteering to be a cantor? for more infor-mation contact Matt Fodor at: Every generation is welcome to join the choir at The FEST. For more information about this free day of faith, family and fun, go to:



THIS WEEKEND -  June 22 - 23

NEXT WEEKEND - June 29 - 30

Sat. 5:30pm Sun. 8:00am Sun. 12:00pm Sat. 5:30pm Sun. 8:00am Sun. 12:00pm


Jackie Caruso-Taylor Arv Valiukas Erin Randel Donna Flynt Judy Kowalski Dave Oligny

Maureen Anderson,
Donna Flynt
Jackie Caruso-Taylor

Judy Kowalski

Robin Oligny
Ted Egan,
Dave Oligny

Donna Flynt,
Dave Oligny
Jackie Caruso-Taylor

Arv Valiukas

Dave Oligny,
Ted Egan
Robin Oligny


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